Alabamas New Senator. Brewton Standard, 2 April
Caldwell, Lily May. Wholesouled Backer of New Deal Sees Program in
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Chairman of Applied Education, Alabama Federation of Womens
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Crist, Sara E. New First Lady Will Devote Herself to Keeping House for
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Dixie Bibb Graves. Montgomery Advertiser, 3 February
Dixie Bibb Graves: Former Senator Speaks. Alabama Magazine
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Goodrich, Gillian. Romance and Reality; the Birmingham Suffragists,
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Hurst, Ralph. Move Begun to Get Mrs. Graves back Home.
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Miss Dixie. Alabama Magazine (November 1986): 9.
Mrs. Bibb Graves Appointed Head of Literary Body. Birmingham
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Mrs. Bibb Graves Dies. Birmingham News, 22 January 1965.
Mrs. Graves Bags First Deer. Birmingham News, 1 January
Mrs. Graves Fills Date for Governor in Troy. Montgomery
Advertiser, 14 August 1929.
Mrs. Graves Flies to Don Senate Robe. Montgomery Advertiser,
19 August 1937.
Mrs. Graves Gets Honorary Law Degree. Montgomery Advertiser,
30 May 1935.
Mrs. Graves Given Montevallo Degree. Montgomery Advertiser,
6 May 1936.
Mrs. Graves Talked to Succeed Husband. Birmingham News, 7
Mrs. Graves Traces Revolt of Youth to Prohibition. Montgomery
Advertiser, 12 April 1930.
Mrs. Graves Will Be Honor Guest at Bama Meeting. Birmingham
News, 5 October 1936.
Mullin, Atticus. Mrs. Bibb Graves Put Forward for Vacancy in
Senate. Montgomery Advertiser, 15 August 1937.
Senator Dixie Graves has a Definite Aim in Position.
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